Mystery of the G-spot in women are still often leaves people wondering. Perhaps you own including those not yet found the exact spot of secret sex pleasure. G-spot is a point that became the central rallying a very sensitive nerve tissue. When stimulated, a woman can get an orgasm faster than penetration. Deborah Sundahl, author of 'Female Ejaculation and the G-spot' says, orgasms experienced by women with the G-spot stimulation is very unique.
Having sex without a condom was better for health than having sex by using condoms. A psychologist from the 'University West of Scotland', Stuart Brody said that having sex without a condom can improve the mental health of men and women. "Conversely, having sex with a condom can create pressure and depression." This statement seemed to dispute the assumption, that having sex without a condom can be hazardous to health because of fears transmitted diseases and pregnancy.
According to an old saying, the opposite of love isn’t hate but indifference. Recent scientific studies show that there is some truth to this claim. The areas of the brain associated with hate are entirely different from those associated with other negative emotions, including fear and sadness. Fear and sadness are significantly correlated with neuronal activation in the subcortical almond-shaped structure known as the “emotional brain” or the “amygdala”.
How you dress, whether you smile and what you say are among the things that can play a role in determining whether your first date is going to lead to a second date. But there are other more subtle factors that can influence your date’s opinion of you. A recent study led by Michael Slepian from Tuft’s University shows that our assessment of a person as masculine or feminine may be influenced by what we touch while making the assessment.
Lila here, I’ve been spending a lot of time over the past two weeks strategizing how I want to run my business this year. Today it occurred to me that it would be really helpful to strategize my relationship in much the same way. Great things don’t just happen; they happen after careful, specific planning toward an intended goal and consistent action aligned with that goal. It really doesn’t matter what area of your life you’re thinking about, but most people spend more time planning their vaca
Pinkee here~ Hi guys. As with most things in life, the answer is complicated. First, it’s yes. Yes, there really are women out there who may want the same thing you do. They have sexual needs just as you do. And yes, they are able to have sex with you without developing deep feelings and falling in love. This may all sound great in the beginning. Wow. Sex. And no strings. No bitching. No her getting mad at you because you’re going out with the guys. Every man’s dream, right?
Lila here~ I have a confession to make. For four years, I wanted my husband to be dead. It started off innocently enough. I had a premonition that he was going to be in an accident, and I told him about it. About a week later while mountain biking, he had two very near, very real brushes with death. This was in 2004, about a year after we had moved to Hawai’i. 2003 was the first time I admitted we might not live happily ever after, but things were still pretty good at that point. I certainly didn’t want him dead&mdas
Pinkee here~ I made a recent discovery, with Lila’s help. You know that phrase, ‘I love you, but I’m not in love with you?’ It is often used as a preface to dumping someone. However, If you’ve been with your partner for more than say six months, it’s completely normal to feel that way. After all these years, I was still buying into the idea of romantic love that we are all sold by our society, that we should have that in love feeling forever, and that if we don’t there‘s something wrong and we should get
Pinkee here~ For those of you who listened to our recent show, you probably heard us talking about an article from Men’s Health in which the sexual and dating preferences and behaviors of women in their 20's, 30's, and 40's were discussed. I thought it was such valuable information that I decided to summarize it here.
Valentine’s Day is coming up. Is it pulling on your heart strings, and making you feel a little bit sad? Are you facing it alone, and feeling pressure to be part of a couple? Valentine’s doldrums? Cheer up! Valentine’s Day is intended to be about love, right? You have children you love, parents or siblings you love, friends you adore. Perhaps your kids are grown, but you’re learning to love yourself all over again. Who says Valentine’s must be about romantic love with a partner offering a rose and a box of chocolates?